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007 Philosophy

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:59 PM in , ,
As you might have remembered, on Monday I have attended a workshop which actually still makes me think. Among other comments made by Esa Saarinen, I took down what he calls the 007 Philosophy:

1. Don't get irritated!
2. Immediate action
3. Self respect
4. Secret weapon
5. Style
6. The true significance of the current missionw ill become clear later in the Bahamas
7. In Her Majesty's Secret Service

Some of them are simply for fun (at least this is my interpretation), but some are worth reflecting, especially 1, 3 and 5. And for sure a secret weapon is handy.

But now to a very serious matter: who was the best James Bond? Anyone interested in voting? :) Just click below on the link if you want :)

BooRoo

Thanks!

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8 Comments


When I clicked, nothing happened. No contest - Sean Connery.
Karen


Hi Claudia. Same thing happened to me. When I clicked, nothing happened, but I would definitely go for Sean Connery! Hope you have a great weekend.


@Karen & Diane - hm ... I don't get it :( I'll have to take a look! But 2 votes do count :) Thanks!


I would say Sean Connery too. Daniel Craig is a close second.


@Belle - good first choice :)


It was always Sean Connery, no contest. Then along came Daniel Craig and, umm, what can I say? I'm shallow :-)


Sean Connery - hands down, he was the best :)

but the others were good in their own way, too.


@Sarah - love Sean no matter what!
@Bibi - so agree with you and guess what the voting was clear: Sean Connery won!

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